Leanne Patrick

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Domestic abuse and sexual violence: why we must not believe common myths about victims

Nurses will miss opportunities to safeguard women if they misinterpret victims’ behaviours

Domestic violence: a lack of training is stopping nurses from saving lives

Nurses in all settings come into contact with abuse victims, so should be equipped to respond

Men in nursing: recruitment campaigns pander to bogus concerns about inequality

We need to stop bending over backwards to make nursing ‘attractive to men’

Sarah Everard vigil

Misogyny thrives when women are silenced online – and in the workplace

Sarah Everard’s murder has exposed misogyny in UK culture, and nursing is not immune

Gender-based violence nursing: this rewarding new role and its responsibilities

A nursing career that’s improving the healthcare experience of domestic abuse survivors

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Worried about social media content

COVID-19: when our social media posts shift from sharing concerns to fuelling anxiety

As the public looks for guidance online, it’s important that nurses choose their words wisely

MeToo Standing together to fight sexual harassment

Sexual harassment is not ‘just part of the job’

Nursing students should be given more support when dealing with sexual comments from patients

Three issues for mental health nurse educators preparing new preregistration programmes

Three issues for mental health nurse educators preparing new preregistration programmes

Areas nurse educators need to address when developing preregistration nursing programmes

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Tackling student mental health challenges together

The first-ever nursing student mental health day started a new conversation about well-being

Ella Patrick

The latest learning disability care scandal makes me fear for my daughter’s future

Nursing student Leanne Patrick wants to challenge social attitudes – even among nurses

Jessica Anderson runs the marathon

The #whatnurseswear campaign shows what nurses can achieve using social media

Nurses command respect for the profession by uniting to challenge outdated attitudes